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That's the compressor. Check the compressor mounts to see if they are cracked, loose, or have hardened or broken rubber bushings. Also check to see if the compressor housing is improperly touching something that transmits its vibration and acts like a sounding board. Sometimes there is a problem with freezer icing in high humidity conditions, leading to ice buildup on the refrigerant tubing at the compressor (excessive running) - this makes the tubing insulation rigid and things get really noisy. The fix is to shut everything down, let it defrost, and clean out the defroster drain tube.
If you can't find anything like that, you may have something going out in the compressor. If possible, make an audio recording and play it for a service technician at an appliance shop - he may be able to identify exactly what the problem is.
sounds to me that you have either a sensor problem or a main board issue. to avoid spend money and the intricasies of trouble shooting, call for service. Sears has a Service Smart Agreement that is reasonable and would cover needed repair up to 500.00
The fridge gets its cold air from the freezer through a vent(damper)
between the freezer and fridge.The fan in the freezer blows air through
it.Make sure the fan is running. There is a flap you adjust with the
fridge temp. control. Make sure it's opening and closing when you adjust the
fridge temp ..